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McDevitt, J.B. (1977). Assessment of Early Child Development: By Dorothy Flapan and Peter B. Neubauer. New York: Jason Aronson, Inc., 1975. 151 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 46:690-692.

(1977). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 46:690-692

Assessment of Early Child Development: By Dorothy Flapan and Peter B. Neubauer. New York: Jason Aronson, Inc., 1975. 151 pp.

Review by:
John B. McDevitt

This book admirably lives up to its aim of providing a standardized "screening" device which can be easily used in nonclinical settings by professionals and paraprofessionals in the fields of day care, early childhood education, and community health. The purpose is not to make these workers therapists or counselors; rather, it is to help them become aware of developing problems, to be able to present their observations in a form that can be used by clinical consultants and other educators, and, thus, to find ways to enhance each child's development.

In order to arrive at a short assessment procedure, "normal" middle class and working class children were studied at three to four years, four to five years, and five to six years of age, utilizing the usual clinical methods of data gathering. The research study occurred over a period of ten years, requiring about twenty-five hours for each child each year.

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